Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Health Benefits of Cucumber Juice

Cucumber juice contains more than 40% potassium, 10% sodium, 10% phosphorus and 7% chlorine. This juice is one of the best known diuretics in the vegetable family, helping materially in the flow of urine and the expulsion of toxic waste. 

It is good for spleen, stomach and large intestine. It is a blood cleanser and as such, is good in the treatment of acne. It has also proved valuable in cases of neuritis, skin eruptions, nervousness, pyorrhea and obesity. Of particular benefit in hot climates. 

The juice contains an abundance of potassium, which can help to regulate blood pressure. Cucumber juice has also been used effectively on poison ivy and poison oak rashes to alleviate the symptoms. 

When combined with carrot juice in the proportion of 3 parts carrot juice to 1 part of cucumber juice, it has a very beneficial effect on rheumatic ailments which result from an excessive retention of uric acid in the system. 

One to two pints of this combination of juices should be consumed daily. Our nails an dour hairs need particularly the combination of elements which fresh vital cucumber juice furnished, helping to prevent the splitting of the nails an falling out of the hair. 
Health Benefits of Cucumber Juice

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